It was this past Saturday night at the White House Correspondents' Dinner when comedian and host Michelle Wolf came under fire for her routine that was controversial and critical of Donald Trump and his administration. While most of the right-wing media outlets were critical of Wolf, a host on Fox News was apparently impressed with her brand of humor.

(Williams comments come at 00:40 in the above video.)

Fox News on Michelle Wolf

It's no secret that Donald Trump and the main stream media don't see eye to eye.

Over the last three years, Trump's war of words with the press has only escalated, creating a rift between the White House and the media that hasn't taken steps to improve itself. Due to the feud, it didn't come as a surprise when the former host of "The Apprentice" announced that he would skip the annual White House Correspondents' Dinner for a second year in a row. In his place, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders attended the event and was on the receiving end of harsh jokes, while being roasted about her physical appearance by host Michelle Wolf.

In the two days since the event, Donald Trump has attacked the White House Correspondents' Dinner and Michelle Wolf over her roast, while conservative pundits have called on the comedian to apologize to Sarah Huckabee Sanders and the president's entire administration for her remarks.

Despite this, Fox News host Juan Williams went off from the traditional network agenda during the April 30 edition of "The Five" and praised Wolf while mocking conservatories who were offended. "She was was hilarious. I think she was genius funny," Williams told his fellow co-hosts, adding, "You don’t understand."

"She was picking on the press.

She was picking on Democrats," Juan Williams pointed out, noting that none of the Fox News hosts had an issue with those jokes by Michelle Wolf. Williams went on to cite Wolf's humorous jabs at the press for creating the Trump "monster" and financially benefiting off the current administration. "Where I was sitting, people were laughing," he added.

Moving forward

On Monday morning, Donald Trump took another Twitter shot at the White House Correspondents' Dinner, first calling for the event to make major changes or come to an end, while also knocking Michelle Wolf for allegedly not being funny. While the world of entertainment once again reminds the country of the rift between the political left and right, only time will tell if Trump skips the WHCD next year.